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FLORENCE –The Pinal County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved County Recorder Virginia Ross’ plan to reorganize the Recorder’s office to further streamline voter registration and elections operations.
The biggest change will be hiring of an Elections Technology Manager to replace the previous Elections Director, who resigned to take another job in Pinal County government. The reorganization plan saves the county over $39,000.
County Recorder Ross stated, “I’m very pleased that the board joined me in supporting these changes. We have a duty to carefully manage our taxpayers’ dollars. This reorganization allows us to streamline the department while maintaining a high level of customer service.”
The Pinal County Board of Supervisors recently authorized the move of the Elections Department from the County Manager’s reporting structure to the County Recorder.
The Recorder’s office is responsible for keeping safe and accurate documentation of deeds, liens and other official documents pertaining to properties, contracts and more. In addition, the County Recorder maintains accurate voter registration data and is responsible for all aspects of an election.